Preparedness & Community Response to Pandemics– Describe the historical context of influenza.
Describe what a pandemic is and how they occur (antigenic shift and drift).
Outline the epidemiology of influenza.
Explain surveillance activities related to influenza.
Recognize the clinical features of influenza.
Identify control measures to be taken prior/during a pandemic of influenza.
Identify response efforts and partners to a pandemic (both locally and globally).
Describe the unique characteristics of a virus.
Explain how a pandemic unfolds (pandemic phases and periods).
6.0 Free CEUs for Nurses
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